Sunflower Market has redesigned their website and updated their weekly ad interface! It looks very nice – but, when I click to view the Colorado Springs ad, it shows an ad that lists cities in Arizona.
So, I’m doing this post with a caution that it’s possible these aren’t the deals for Colorado Springs. If you get the ad in the mail and can confirm that this is, indeed, the right ad, that would be awesome!
Double Ad Wednesday Deals – Good Through September 22
Asparagus – $1.77/lb
Bartlett Pears – $0.57/lb
Red Potatoes – $0.59/lb
Red, Black, and Green Seedless Grapes – $0.67/lb
Strawberries (1 lb) – $2.50
Organic Red or Black Plums – $0.99/lb
Organic Gala Apples -$0.99/lb
Wild Caught Mahi Mahi Fillets – $3.97/lb
Whole Chicken Fryers – $0.67/lb
Rating: 4-5 – these go cheaper on occasion, but only by about $0.08/lb, and usually only at Safeway or Albertsons.
Sunflower Farmer’s Market Tofu (soft, firm, or extra firm; 12-14 oz) – $0.99
Deals Good All Week Long
Mountainland Utah Peaches – $0.57/lb
Ruby Red Grapefruit – $0.20 each
Gala or Granny Smith Apples – $0.77/lb
Rating: 4 – this is a great price, but we’re entering apple season so I’m guessing it will go lower.
Acorn, Butternut, or Spaghetti Squash – $0.77/lb
Pluots or Large Prune Plums – $1.49/lb
Organic Bunched Broccoli – $0.99/lb
Organic Fuji Apples – $0.77/lb
93% Lean Ground Beef (family pack) – $1.97/lb
Silk Soymilk (64 oz) – $2.49
Use $0.75/1 Silk Soymilk – Silk
Net cost at checkout: $1.74
Sunflower Farmer’s Market Extra Virgin Olive Oil (1 liter) – $5.99
Rating: 4-5 – this used to go on sale for $1 less, but haven’t seen that sale for quite awhile.
Long or Short Grain Brown Rice – $0.50/lb
Rating: 5? We really like the short grain brown rice!
Here’s hoping we do, indeed, get that price on peaches!
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